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Whilst some of the Azure Active Directory PowerShell for Graph module (AzureAD) functionality has been rolled into the new Azure PowerShell Az module, it’s not currently (and might never be) a replacement for the full power of what you can achieve with AzureAD. So, there’s every chance you’ll find yourself needing to use both side-by-side. This post explains how to do that using the new cross-platform¬†PowerShell Core.


Enforce resource tagging with Azure Policy

by Mike Larah

This blog post details how we used Azure Policy to enforce Azure resources were tagged with appropiate tags and ensured tags were inherited from parent resource groups where possible.


One very useful but little used pattern when working with Resource Manager templates, is the ability to use parameters to optionally deploy resources, constrain certain resource configurations based on other user defined parameters, or to toggle parameters based on other values. To give a couple of concrete examples, imagine we have a highly reusable template […]


What is Azure Resource Manager? The infrastructure that makes up your application is often composed of various different components. For instance, you might simply be running a web site, but behind the scenes you have an Azure web site deployed, a Storage account for tables, blobs, and queues, a couple of VMs running a database […]


Previously each component in Azure was deployed, managed, billed and monitored separately. Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is a new approach that allows you to declaratively state what a group of Azure infrastructure should look like as a template, then deploy that template in an idempotent way (i.e. you can run it multiple times and it […]